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Officers. President Jasper Marsh. Vice-President Herbert Daniel Hemenway. Secretary and Treasitrer Charles Winfred Crehore. Historian Clarence Bronson Lane. Class Captain Henry Blood Read. Foot-Ball Captain William Clay Brown. Base-Ball Captain Edile Hale Clark. Class Colors. Lavender and Crimson. Class Yell. Rah-Rix-Rive ! Rah-Rix-Rive ! Boom-a-rang ! Boom-a-rang ! ' 95 ! 38
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i itor f o£ ' 95 I GAIN the time has come for us to send our greeting to the readers of the Index. In glancing back over the past two years, we all have the feeling that our journey thus far has been quickly and pleasantly accomplished. As we approach the third mile-stone that marks our progress in the college curri- culum, hardly can we realize that two years have passed by. With the Junior year come new experiences and responsibilities which are realized only when we reach this welcome period. One of our new duties was to instruct and advise the Freshmen for their athletic contests. The class of ' 97 and Two-years ' men together comprise the largest freshet that we have had at M. A. C. for a number of years, and they appear to have those elements of pluck and perseverance which are necessary to success. We congratulate ourselves on entering this new era of our college life with the loss of but two men, and we hope to hold our present number until that time when we shall all part and face the world, supported by a sheep-skin and what we have stored up in the pigeon- holes of knowledge. In our Sophomore year we penetrated the depths of trig- onometry and puzzled our brains over the use of log., sine, and tangent. Sur- veying, with its charms, was also indulged in, and we will leave it for future classes to follow our trail and prove the accuracy of our work. When the Governor ' s proclamation was read, fixing the date for Arbor Day, we made preparations to set out a little grove in the ravine as a memento of our college days. A number of trees were selected from the nursery and borne by us to the college grounds, where they were carefully planted. We also set out a class tree which is young but promising. There seemed to be the impression among some of us that when we became Juniors the thorny paths of knowledge would lead into grassy vales of Junior dignity and ease. Alas, for such dreams ! The dry rhetoric and long zoological names are not as e asy to digest as the Sophomoric schedule. However, there are many pleasant incidents associated with the Junior year. One of the most enjoyable occasions we have ever had as a class was the trip we 40
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